Made to Break Your Heart

Album: Gates of Gold (2015)
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  • What was it that I heard making sounds
    Moving 'round in the night
    In the second dream I had you were gone
    Disappeared out of sight
    I didn't know what to say to you
    You think it's like a river flowing
    You better know that love is made to break your heart

    I was walking down the shore with
    A wish held tight in my hand
    Then the sea came along washed away
    Our names in the sand
    I didn't know what to say to you
    You think it's like a river flowing
    Don't know that love

    What was it you said when
    Your hair fell down in your eyes
    You didn't even care to find
    The words to tell me goodbye
    I didn't know what to say to you
    You think it's like a river flowing
    Don't you know that love is made to
    Break your heart Writer/s: DAVID KENT HIDALGO, LOUIS PEREZ
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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